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Sapo: It-the scandal opened the doors for foreign power

It is not often that staff from the security service heard under oath in an open court hearing. But this was the case in the labour court on Thursday. Where tes

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Sapo: It-the scandal opened the doors for foreign power

It is not often that staff from the security service heard under oath in an open court hearing. But this was the case in the labour court on Thursday. Where tested, if the state did the right thing when the 2017 dismissed the Swedish transport agency's last director-general Maria Ågren.

– safety protection works as a system of actions where the whole is no stronger than its weakest link, testified Linda Escar, deputy director of the Säpos department for security protection.

is about the Swedish secret service agents at the Police, the Säpo, the Swedish security and military intelligence were cleared when Ågren decided to deviate from the law.

the Departures led to the operation of the körkortsregistren was taken over by the it technician at IBM in the Czech republic. The techniques säkerhetsprövades never despite the fact that the it-systems contain körtkortsbilder that can reveal agents who work or previously worked under a false identity.

Linda Escar described that such data has a very high conservation value, is desirable for a foreign power, how it pros can quickly take full control and then sweep again the tracks – particularly if it is from abroad. A foreign state has all of these tools.

– A vulnerability of this dignity regard the security Police as saying, " she said.

after all, They have, through their actions, almost set a trap for Maria Ågren.

It is Maria Ågren, who brought an action against the state, which in this case has the burden of proof. Ågren representative Karin Lundin from Sweden's Engineers said in its slutplädering that the state failed to prove that information that damaged national security had been cleared.

Even if disclosure occurred, this was still not a legal basis for dismissal. Lundin counted up how the government offices of sweden, Säpo, the Swedish transport administration (who had it running before it was pulled over to the IBM) and the Swedish transport agency's own staff had seduced Maria Ågren doing wrong.

It heated up in the courtroom when Lundin suggested that the two safety officers at the Swedish transport agency tricked its director-general to deviate from the laws.

" They have, through their actions, almost set a trap for Maria Ågren. After all, they have almost been guilty of incitement to crime.

" Excuse me, you are sitting in a public trial, and pointing out the two people as a potential criminal, protested the state's representative, attorney Robert Latakos.

"I do not mean that they are criminal, but I think it's remarkable," answered Karin Lundin as summed up Maria Ågren situation with the words:

– Actually, this is the goal of:, the newly appointed director-general be able to rely on their organization? To be able to rely on their department heads, their employees and experts?

Maria Ågren committed breaches of the law which she recognized the reach she signed his sentence for negligence with the secret task. The seriousness displayed by the military intelligence services been forced to take countermeasures. Latakos also criticized that one of the Ågrens witnesses sat with and listened to in several instances, including the.

Dom falls on 27 February.

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